Telstra predicts Aussies will download 1500 TB of data on its mobile network this New Year’s Eve period, "the equivalent of one person continuously watching 57 years of high definition content".
New Zealand’s largest telco Spark has now enabled 30 sites around the country with 4.5G mobile services with the switching on of three new sites across the North Island town of Taupō.
5G is going to rock our IoT net-connected socks off, surpassing predictions, and will reach 20% of the global population in six years time, as mobile data traffic grows 8x though video and more, using 110 exabytes per month.
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